Trinity High School is a Catholic co-educational high school located on the West Shore of Harrisburg proud to offer rigorous academics, while balancing those with a strong learning support program. We offer Advanced Placement courses, honors courses, and the opportunity to earn dual high school and college credit, through our partnership with Alvernia University. Trinity boasts an impressive 98% of students who matriculate to higher education.
Students are encouraged to participate in our robust extra-curricular program. Because our school has 550 students, but a comparable number of clubs and sports to our local public schools who enroll many more students, there are more opportunities for participation and leadership at Trinity. Trinity students regularly play more than one sport and enjoy participation in several clubs, which allows for personal growth and the opportunity for leadership, as well as fostering a sense of ownership and belonging in Trinity.
Perhaps most importantly, because Trinity openly discusses matters of faith, morals, and religion regularly, Trinity is able to shape the whole person. At Trinity, our focus is not on test scores or passing rates, but on holistic education. We aim to develop citizens who are mature, informed and conscientious, while providing a solid foundation in faith which will grow with them their entire lives.
Students, alumni, and faculty almost universally speak the word “family” when talking of Trinity. Our community is strong and tight-knit and, starting in 2018, it will be enhanced by the House System, a system meant to strengthen the bonds between all members of our community.
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